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The WPP India Corporate Social Responsibility Foundation (WPP India Foundation) is supporting Magic Bus, Hope For Children, and the Genesis Foundation, to help approximately 20,000 children and young people in Mumbai and Delhi achieve their full potential through holistic child development with a focus on education, livelihood, and health. The Hope Foundation focuses on improving the teaching-learning environment in schools through the use of innovative technology, while any child identified as suffering from critical health condition will be referred to the Genesis Foundation for medical support.
Ford Foundation is supporting Magic Bus Pilot project for empowering adolescents and young girls for non-traditional jobs for two years in two locations of Delhi NCR. The pilot project would reach out to 1000 girls from marginalized communities - 450 Adolescents girls (15-18 yrs) under the Life Skills and Work Readiness Programme and 550 young women (18yrs & above) under the Livelihoods programme. The aim of the project is to empower adolescent girls through attainment of education, workforce readiness, mentorship, and skills training thereby making them employable to be engaged in the non- traditional jobs.
BMW Foundation, Germany supported Young Leaders Programme in 2008 and 2009 in Magic Bus Centre at Karjat with 180 participants in it. In 2014, they supported Magic Bus to set up the Young Leaders Forum. In 2017, BMW Foundation funded Magic Bus for stage I of Wasan Place.
Millennium Alliance aims to develop and transform the minds of 40 high potential skilled youth for positive change by fostering leadership and entrepreneurship skills. The programme goal is to bring the young people to a platform that will increase the skills, productivity and income potential of the underserved young people, in turn, contributing to the reduction of unemployment and poverty by improving and supporting the development of entrepreneurship in rural areas. The programme will support an enabling environment for young people to set up their business by integrating reinforcing components- building life skills and employability skills, provide advanced training on entrepreneurship, financial linkages and mentoring for value addition to nurture inclusive development.
Magic Bus is partnering with the Bernard Lewis Family Trust to implement its holistic development programme in communities of Mysore and Bangalore, Karnataka. The project aims at promoting a child’s right to play, foster gender equity, and encourage children to go to school. This programme will benefit 12,000 children across the two states.
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